Strengths and weaknesses of finite-state technology: a case study in morphological grammar development


Finite-state technology is considered the preferred model for representing the phonology and morphology of natural languages. The attractiveness of this technology for natural language processing stems from four sources: modularity of the design, due to the closure properties of regular languages and relations; the compact representation that is achieved… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S1351324907004676


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